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Kill A WattTM  (P4400)
Electricity Usage Monitor

Monitors electricity consumption

Calculates efficiency of appliances

Simple plug-in & easy to use

Eco-friendly: curb global warming

Reduce your household energy usage

Cost saving: reduce your electricity bill

$29.95 US/$29.95 CDN each
discounts for quantity orders
"Take control of your energy usage:- reduce your carbon footprint & power costs."


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 Kill A WattTM
 Electricity Usage Monitor

Discounts for Quantity Orders

2-5 at $27.95 US/ $27.95 CDN each,  6-12 at $26.95 US/ $26.95 CDN each,  13-48 at $25.95 US/ $25.95 CDN each,  49-96 at $24.95 US/ $24.95 CDN each,
Case quantity = 48 units comprised of two inner boxes of 24        Please email us for greater quantity discounts






Features:

What is it?

Kill A WattTM is an electronic measuring device which determines the energy consumption for basically any appliance* that plugs into a standard wall socket. The list includes refrigerators and other kitchen appliances, computers, monitors, printers, scanners, speakers, phones, cell phone chargers, fans, desk lamps, space heaters, air-conditioners, TV's, DVDs, VCRs, satellites, cable boxes, stereos, etc.    * to a maximum of 1875 watts

Connect your electrical appliance to the Kill A WattTM and it will assess how efficient it really is. Calculate your electrical expenses by day, week, month or year.

There are eight functions on the monitor- volts, amps, watts, volt amps, power factor, frequency (Hz), kilowatt hours and elapsed time. The most frequently used are watts and Kilowatt Hours. Measuring in Kilowatt-hour is the same method as used by power companies who use meters to monitor your electricity consumption.

The Large LCD display and easy push button design means you can also easily check the quality of your power by monitoring Voltage, Line Frequency and Power Factor. Measured amounts are accurate to within +/-0.2% of actual.


With this knowledge you can make better energy decisions in your home or business by finding out which machines are inefficiently operating and which are worth keeping plugged in all the time. Please consider the two example cases below:

1. Stop that wasteful power drain.

"Phantom" electricity is the wasteful power drain that occurs when an appliance is left plugged-in when not in use. It is all too common an occurrence with TV's, CD players, DVD players, DVD recorders, microwaves, ovens, et al. With Kill A WattTM, you can measure the amount of "phantom" electricity and calculate your overall loss. Surprisingly "phantom power" can add up to a significant total loss both in expense and impacts badly on your carbon footprint.

2. Measure the energy efficiency of your appliances.

Do a careful check on the energy consumption of your appliances. Determine which are inefficient and in need of repair or replacing for newer less energy demanding models. You may also decide to change your behaviour towards your appliances i.e. using the more energy demanding ones during off-peak hours to benefit from lower electricity rates (whenm peak discount rates may apply).

With Kill A WAttTM, you can now make wise choices that will save money on your electricity bills as well as reduce your impact on global warming!



Specifications

  • Operating Voltage: 115 VAC
  • Max Voltage: 125 VAC

  • Max Current: 15 A

  • Max Power: 1875 VA

  • Weight: 5 oz; Dimensions: 5 1/8" x 1 5/8" x 2 3/8"
  • No batteries are required
  • Manufacturer's warranty is 6 months.


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    Dealer Enquiry

    Kill A WattTM
    Electricity Usage Monitor

    Kador Ltd. distributes the popular Kill A WattTM to Canadian dealers at discounted prices.

    If you are a dealer interested in re-selling this fine product, please email Kador Ltd.

    Full contact details for Kador Ltd: in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom can be viewed at: www.kador.com/contact.htm